Liverpool's Robertson hails Jurgen Klopp as 'father figure'
Liverpool's Robertson hails Jurgen Klopp as 'father figure' 
LONDON: Liverpool protector Andy Robertson has hailed Jurgen Klopp as a dad figure, saying the players "love coming into preparing" after the Reds finished their 30-year stand by to be delegated victors of England once more.

The Merseysiders won the Premier League title without kicking a ball on Thursday when Manchester City's destruction by Chelsea left them an unassailable 23 focuses clear at the top.

It was Liverpool's nineteenth English title, with their last coming in the 1989/90 season — before the Premier League period.

Robertson said German supervisor Klopp merited a significant part of the credit for building a family climate among the current age of Anfield stars.

"As a crew we're so close," he said. "We love coming in to preparing each and every day.

"In the event that someone is having an awful game, we uncover them from underneath an opening and we stay together on the pitch, we remain together off the pitch — that is the reason this crew is so exceptional. I love being a piece of it."

The Scotland global included: "We're all sort of siblings and we have a father figure in the gaffer (Klopp) and he's the one that drives us the correct way.

This season they've been brilliant to prop us up, keep us hungry, keep us persuaded."

Individual full-back Trent Alexander-Arnold said the nonappearance of fans since the resumption of the group following the COVID-19 shutdown would not depreciate the group's prosperity.

"Clearly things are not as we envisioned likely a couple of months prior or even a year back how we envisioned to win the Premier League, yet we won't whine and make an object," he said.

"It's something we've generally longed for. As fans I might suspect it's something that will consistently be recalled."